Taiwanese Mandarin

Spoken language

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Taiwanese Mandarin or national language of the Republic of China is a variety of Mandarin Chinese and a national language of Taiwan. The core of its standard form is described in the dictionary Guoyu Cidian. It is based on the phonology of the Beijing dialect together with the grammar of vernacular Chinese.
Taiwanese Mandarin
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Taiwanese Mandarin or national language of the Republic of China is a variety of Mandarin Chinese and a national language of Taiwan. The core of its standard form is described in the dictionary Guoyu Cidian. It is based on the phonology of the Beijing dialect together with the grammar of vernacular Chinese.
Taiwanese Mandarin
Taiwanese Mandarin
Taiwanese Mandarin or national language of the Republic of China is a variety of Mandarin Chinese and a national language of Taiwan. The core of its standard form is described in the dictionary Guoyu Cidian. It is based on the phonology of the Beijing dialect together with the grammar of vernacular Chinese.

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Taiwanese Mandarin

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